(see Fine Arts degree requirements for foundation and degree descriptions.)

B.A. Curriculum in Fine Arts: Drawing

Foundations:
  • F100 Intro to Drawing
  • F101 3-D Design
  • F102 2-D / Color Design
  • P273 Computer Art and Design
Beginning Art History:
  • A101 Ancient to Medieval Art
  • A102 Renaissance to Modern
200-level Studio Courses and Art History:
  • S200 Drawing I
  • S230 Painting I
  • S240 Printmaking I
  • S250 Graphic Design I
  • S260 Ceramics I
Upper level Studio:
  • 300 and 400 level studio: Take a minimum of 12 credit hours in Drawing.
    • S301 Drawing II
    • S301 Drawing II (repeat)
    • S401 Drawing III
    • S401 Drawing III (repeat)
Upper level Art History:
  • A449 (20th Century)
  • 300/400 level non-western Art History
Seminar:
  • A401 Senior Art Theory

B.F.A. Curriculum in Fine Arts: Drawing

Foundations:
  • F100 Intro to Drawing
  • F101 3-D Design
  • F102 2-D / Color Design
  • P273 Computer Art and Design
Beginning Art History:
  • A101 Ancient to Medieval
  • A102 Renaissance to Modern
200-level Studio Courses and Art History:
  • S200 Drawing I
  • S230 Painting I
  • S240 Printmaking I
  • S250 Graphic Design I
  • S260 Ceramics I
Upper level Studio:
  • 300 level studio in Drawing
  • 400 level studio in Drawing
  • 18 credit hours of Drawing
    • S405 Drawing
    • S405 Drawing
    • S405 Drawing or Special Topics
    • S405 Drawing or Special Topics
Upper level Art History:
  • A449, 20th Century Art, 1925 to Present
  • 400 level Art History, nonwestern
  • 300-400 level Art History, nonwestern or western
Seminars:
  • U400 Sources and Resources, Professional Skills in the Fine Arts
  • G400 BFA Final Review

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